Longtime JCSU professor shares first experience teaching online

The COVID-19 pandemic has created challenges for higher education, especially for faculty members and students, who have been forced to teach and learn online.

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Dr. Vijaya L. Gompa Appointed as Dean of the College of STEM

Johnson C. Smith University announces the appointment of Dr. Vijaya L. Gompa as dean of the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. She currently serves as professor of Mathematics and she served as head of the Department of Mathematical, Computing and Information Sciences at Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, Ala.

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Alumna, business owner perseveres during COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced small businesses across the globe to re-strategize, re-create and develop concepts of conducting business practices.

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JCSU senior shares life on campus during pandemic

In March, the COVID-19 pandemic forced JCSU to move to remote learning for the remainder of the semester and restrict campus access to essential employees. Students living on campus were required to vacate. While the majority returned home to their families, not all students have that option. Tawanda Nyahasha ’20 is one of a handful of students, who with JCSU permission and supervision, remain on campus.

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JCSU Alumna hosts virtual writing workshops to help high school classmates reconnect during pandemic

Despite the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, people across the world have found new ways to help each other. Two Johnson C. Smith University alumni are using their connection to pay it forward.

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JCSU program director selected as a panelist for annual Women’s Symposium on Black Maternal Health

Rachel Davis, program director of Johnson C. Smith University’s Lactation Consultant Training Program, was a panelist for Rep. Alma Adam’s 5th annual Women’s Symposium on Black Maternal Health. The panel, which featured appearances from Senators Cory Booker and Kamala Harris, was held April 16, 2020 during Black Maternal Health Week.

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